Automating Applications and Servers at the Edge with Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform

In my previous blog, Why 2022 will be the year for edge automation, we discussed the objective of edge solutions to bring resources closer to the end user or data source. As edge expands its IT footprint and becomes an extension of the data center, bare-metal, virtual environments, private cloud and public cloud start to Read more about Automating Applications and Servers at the Edge with Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform[…]

Event-driven remediation with systemd and Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform

Over the many years of working as an engineer and architect with a particular interest in storage, I have learned that donuts and energy drinks can really bring you some joy in trying situations. When it seems that your infrastructure is on fire and you need an exorcist to help you find the ghost in Read more about Event-driven remediation with systemd and Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform[…]

New reference architecture: Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform 1.2 to 2 Migration Guide

  Side-by-Side migration to Ansible Automation Platform 2   The release of Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform 2.1 comes with a re-imagined architecture that delivers exciting features such as automation mesh and automation execution environments among an entire suite of tools and components that enable enterprises to scale automation across their organizations. With the importance Read more about New reference architecture: Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform 1.2 to 2 Migration Guide[…]

Deep dive on Ansible VScode extension

Ansible as part of the Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform continues to grow and mature. Recent enhancements include Ansible Content Collections, automation execution environments, and an increasing list of integrations using plugins and modules. It is more important than ever that both new and experienced content creators have access to tools that help them write Read more about Deep dive on Ansible VScode extension[…]

Red Hat Insights for Ansible Automation Platform New Report : Modules

Red Hat Insights is a suite of cloud services available on the Red Hat Hybrid Cloud Console, powered by an expert system that is built upon years of data collected from across Red Hat’s worldwide customer base. For Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform customers, it provides predictive analytical reporting of your Ansible automation.  This blog Read more about Red Hat Insights for Ansible Automation Platform New Report : Modules[…]

Inside the newest features in the Red Hat Ansible Certified Content Collection for ServiceNow ITSM

The Red Hat Ansible Certified Content Collection for ServiceNow helps you create automated workflows targeting IT service management (ITSM) tasks faster while establishing and maintaining a single source of truth in the ServiceNow configuration management database (CMDB). In this blog, I’ll share the latest features we’ve added to the Collection, and you can find additional Read more about Inside the newest features in the Red Hat Ansible Certified Content Collection for ServiceNow ITSM[…]

What’s New in the Ansible Content Collection for Kubernetes 2.3

With increased adoption of container automation, IT organizations continue to expand their requirements when it comes to deploying and managing their Kubernetes clusters. As such, we at Red Hat continue to add new features and capabilities to meet those demands by announcing the availability of kubernetes.core version 2.3, our Red Hat Ansible Certified Content Collection Read more about What’s New in the Ansible Content Collection for Kubernetes 2.3[…]

The Ansible cookie: Magic in the middle

If Ansible Automation Platform was compared to the crunchy goodness of a cookie, private automation hub would be the sweet center bringing it all together and making your mouth water! Private automation hub provides organizations with a central location for their automation resources. Ansible automation hub is part of the hosted services from console.redhat.com. This Read more about The Ansible cookie: Magic in the middle[…]

How to Migrate your Ansible Playbooks to Support AWS boto3

Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform is known for automating Linux, Windows and networking infrastructure. While both the community version of Ansible and our enterprise offering, Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform, are prominently known for configuration management, this is just a small piece of what you can really achieve with Ansible’s automation. There are many other Read more about How to Migrate your Ansible Playbooks to Support AWS boto3[…]

Edge Automation with NetGitOps on Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform 2

Network edge automation challenges  As organizations grow and expand geographi cally, they start extending their IT infrastructure into the distributed and far edge layers through opening new branch offices.  Restaurants, retail stores, and other customer-centric businesses provide differentiated wireless access for their employees, contractors and customers to interconnect within their designated areas.  Configuring and managing Read more about Edge Automation with NetGitOps on Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform 2[…]